Thursday, 28 January 2010

Rogers Begins Selling the BlackBerry Bold 9700 Online Bold 9700 Sold in Canada, Costs $300 for 3YR Contract & $600 With No Contract


Rogers Wireless announced that starting today they've begun selling the
new BlackBerry Bold 9700 online, meaning that Canadians with some cash
on hand and a thing for BlackBerry smartphones should be able to get one
for $200 if they sign a 3-year contract, or for $600 without any strings
attached.
There's also an option to go for a two year contract but the Bold 9700
will cost $500 (which is a lot compared with T-Mobile's $200), or a
monthly or yearly contract for an extra $50.
For those who can't remember it, the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 features
Wi-Fi (b/g) connectivity, 3G support and runs on the latest BlackBerry
OS 5.0. It also comes with a 480 x 360 resolution display, TeleNav GPS
Navigator for turn-by-turn directions, a 3.2 megapixel camera, a 624MHz
processor and 256MB of flash memory.
We can't tell for sure when the HSPA carriers Telus or Bell are going to
get their hands on the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 but rumors have it that
it should be November 4/5, the same date when they launch their new
networks. Good to be a Canadian these days, eh?
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